Pop Haydn presents the Sphere of Destiny.
Tickets for Pop Haydn in the 21st Century are available at http://www.pophaydn.com
Magicopolis is located at:
1418 Fourth Street,
Santa Monica, CA. 90401
Take the 10 Freeway to Fourth Street exit and turn right. Continue north for two blocks.
Public Parking is available in structure #5 1/2 block south on 4th St. between Santa Monica Blvd. and Broadway, and structure #3 1/2 block north on 4th St. between Santa Monica Blvd. and Arizona. The first 2 hours are free before 6p.m. $5 flat rate after 6p.m.
Pop Haydn in the 21st Century! is coming to Magicopolis.
This show, presented March 7th and April 4th in Santa Monica, will demonstrate three Steampunk/Magical devices…but unlike most artistic “replica” devices, these all actually work under scientific test conditions.
This is new for Steampunk, and new for Magic. These are not boxes that do magic, these are magical devices that have histories and stories that are untold in the show, and can only be hinted at:
The Teleportation Device which sends a dollar bill (borrowed, signed, corner torn and serial number noted) into a freely chosen pristine raw egg under scientific test conditions
The Tesla C-2000 a highly modified version of a Tesla Coil, which bends the force of gravity in such a way that a 110 pound girl can withstand with one hand the full weight of any large man in the audience and can not be lifted barefoot from the floor by anyone in the audience.
The Sphere of Destiny, also known as Cleopatra’s Eye, which will answer any question the audience dares to ask with deadly accuracy and insight.
I have followed Steampunk for some time. I was a featured performer at the World Steam Expo in Dearborn for two years. I was a panelist on Steampunk at Stan Lee’s Comikaze Expo, and was featured in the book Steampunk Gazette. This is something new in Steampunk.
I am a past Vice President of the Magic Castle, and a six-time “Magician of the Year” at the Magic Castle, and nominated again for Stage Magician of the Year this year. This show is something new in Magic.
It is made for the 21st Century by people who are not originally from the 21st Century.
We have live music, magic, comedy, and the wonders of radio-magnetism.
It is not a reenactment of vaudeville, the medicine show or anything else.
It is History being made in the Present.
Hope you can make it!
It is going to be a hoot!
Tickets can be purchased HERE
Pop Haydn will demonstrate the amazing power of the Sphere of Destiny at his show at Magicopolis in Santa Monica, California on March 7th and April 4th.
The show is called Pop Haydn in the 21st Century! and features the magic and comedy of Pop Haydn, along with the Old Time music of Professor Dave Bourne and The 21st Century Boys, the sexy fire magic of Sophie Evans, and our Louisiana Songbird, Bonnie Gordon.
The Sphere of Destiny will answer questions from the audience about personal issues of health, success, happiness, lost objects, and so on, and will both predict the future and reveal the past. Don’t miss this uncanny 21st Century demonstration of 3000 year-old technology.
For tickets and more infomation, go HERE
Pop Haydn in the 21st Century!
Pop Haydn in the 21st Century! is a wonder-filled evening of fun packed with music, comedy and magic.
Pop Haydn demonstrates his Teleportation Device and pitches his Amazing Miracle Oil and also his new Magnetized Water–a modern miracle for health and energy.
Pop will demonstrate the amazing abilities of the Sphere of Destiny, and answer audience questions about the future–about love, health, money and lost objects.
The show features the sexy, sassy excitement of our Louisiana Songbird Bonnie Gordon, the fire and magic of sultry sorceress Sophie Evans, and the good-time music of Professor Dave Bourne and the 21st Century Boys.
Pop Haydn will present Tesla Girl, who will bend the very force of gravity itself while immersed in the powerful radio-magnetic field generated by Pop Haydn‘s Tesla C-2000–a highly modified version of a Tesla Coil.
The show is a lot of fun and is geared toward an adult audience–but it is still family-friendly.
Steampunks, time-travelers, dandies and other 19th Century expatriates are welcome–no weapons, please.
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